24A — June 8 - 21, 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
Southern New Jersey Chapter www.ai-snj.org Telephone 856-415-0281 • Fax 856-415-1952
Many events well attended with lots of information!
Southern NJ Chapter Appraisal Institute 2012 Chapter Officers President Jerome McHale, MAI email@example.com Vice President Jacob Ramage, MAI firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer Kristin Mansfield email@example.com Secretary Al Crosby firstname.lastname@example.org Director (Term through ‘14) James Carr email@example.com Director (Term through ‘14) John T. Stone, MAI firstname.lastname@example.org Director (Term through ‘13) Jerrold McCarron email@example.com Director (Term through ’13) Michael S. Sapio, MAI firstname.lastname@example.org Director (Term through ’12) Ed Kay email@example.com Director (Term through ’12) Joseph V. Heenan, SRA firstname.lastname@example.org Director (Term through ’12) Jackie Marmur Jackiemarmur@tonykamand.com Director (Term through ’12) Mike Rickett Mikerickett@tonykamand.com
n Monday, April 23rd, the Southern New Jer- sey Chapter of the
Appraisal Institute hosted its annual dinner meeting joining appraisers with assessors at the Adelphia Grand Ballroom in Deptford. Well over 100 people attended this event. In Assessors andApprais- ers in Today’s Market , par- ticipants heard a true state of the industry report. NJ State Board of Real Estate Apprais- ers President Denise Siegel discussed any and all issues taking place in the apprais- ing field, including concerns arising from complaints and federal regulation changes. Assistant Director of the NJ State Division of Taxation Patricia Wright discussed similar issues in the assessing field. Rick Kline and Dennis Scardilli helped attendees to understand the difference between individual value es- timations and mass appraisal techniques used in assessing. Additionally, they outlined the Monmouth and Gloucester County programs and where these programs stand. After dinner, in a seminar A View from the Bench , Judge Pat- rick DeAlmeida discussed tax court issues & recent cases from across the state. As al- ways, his insight and experi- ence was a great benefit to all that filled the Ballroom. As part of the dinner meet- ing portion of the event, SN- JAI President Jerry McHale presented the MAI designa- tion certificate to Jerry Mc- Carron, MAI. The final vote to merge the Central NJ Chapter into the Southern NJ Chapter also occurred at this chapter meet- ing. Changes to the bylaws were unanimously approved, making the merger process complete. In the spirit of serving the community, the chapter col- lected non-perishable food items to donate to local food banks at the installation din- ner. The response was very positive, with over 37 pounds of food (and money!) donated to support community food bank efforts in Southern NJ. On May 10th, the Chapter held their eighth installment of Seminars at the Shore. This year‘s event took place at the
Jerry McCarron, MAI, receiving his designation.
Ted Whitmer presenting at our Atlantic City seminar
Association of Appraisal Dis- tricts, Oil & Gas Tax Sym- posium and CLE Eminent Domain Conference inAustin. He was a founding director and Chairman of the Board of Brazos Valley Bank, NA. Current employment includes representing appraisers in the disciplinary process with the Texas Appraiser Licensing & Certification Board, lecturing and consulting all related to real estate appraisal. Whitmer has authored many seminars including Attacking and Defending an Appraisal in Litigation and the Comprehensive Ap- praisal Workshop , which is a review for the comp exam for the MAI designation. In its eighth year, Semi- nars at the Shore has offered quality, top-notch Continuing Education seminars to over 685 people from 13 different states. We look forward to more great Seminars at the Shore in the future! Hope to see you Down at the Shore next year! The next event for the Chapter is the 17th Annual September Symposium at Forsgate Country Club on Wednesday, September 12th. More information on that event will be located on the website: www.ai-snj.org.
Golden Nugget in the marina section of Atlantic City, and 35 people enjoyed the event on a wonderful Spring day! This year‘s class , “Staying Out of Trouble,” was created and instructed by crowd fa- vorite Ted Whitmer. He is an appraiser, attorney, instructor, asset manager and consultant. Mr. Whitmer holds the MAI designation for the Appraisal Institute and teaches many courses and seminars for the organization. He is CCIM member of the National Asso- ciation of Realtors, a licensed broker and general certified appraiser. Education includes South Texas College of Law with a degree (J.D.) from the University of Houston Law Center, an M.B.A. (Finance) from Texas A&M Univer- sity and a B.A. from Stephen F. Austin State University. Whitmer taught full time at Stephen F. Austin State University in the Finance Department, as an adjunct at Texas A&M University (graduate course in real estate appraisal) and as an adjunct at the University of Houston and San Jacinto Jr. College. Recent lectures were at the Southern California Legal Conference, the State of Texas Bank Examiners, Appraisal Review Board training, the
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